Monday, 23 February 2009

Monday morning links

Today the defensive prospects take centre stage at the combine. In preparation for that and to review what's happened so far, here's some links to chew on:

John Clayton says Mark Sanchez gave a solid performance, completing all of the quarter back drills. He also showed confidence and energy in front of scouts, and struck up a rapport with fellow QB Matt Stafford.

The NFL Network panel reviews how the quarter backs performed in work outs. Reports on Mark Sanchez are a little mixed, but John Gruden thinks Sanchez and Freeman did enough to warrant consideration alongside Matt Stafford.

Kevin Seifert speaks with Ohio State defensive back Malcolm Jenkins. Tuesday is huge for him - he has to run a good forty yard dash to eliminate fears about his recovery speed. If he can clock a good time, he could be a top five pick.

Mike Mayock talks about the centers in this year's class. The Seahawks could do with adding to their interior line, possibly with an upgrade at center.

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